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— We consider efficient scheduling for a delay constrained CDMA Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). Given a two-tiered WSN model, we first find the optimum schedule for the intra-cluster communications, that minimizes the total transmit power of the sensor nodes, while maintaining the short term average throughput at each sensor. We show that the specifics of… (More)

— We consider the downlink throughput maximization problem for interference limited multiuser systems. Our goal is to characterize the optimum base station transmission strategy, i.e., whether the base station transmits to one-user (TDMA) or multiple users (CDMA). Specifically, we aim at determining the optimum number of users to be scheduled and finding… (More)

- Changyoon Oh, Aylin Yener
- 2001

— We consider the problem of adaptive cell sector-ization in a CDMA system when the receiver employs a linear multiuser detector. Specifically, given the number of sectors and terminal locations, we investigate how to appropriately sectorize the cell, such that the total transmit power is minimized, while each user has acceptable quality of service, under… (More)

- Changyoon Oh, Aylin Yener
- 2005

— We consider the downlink throughput maximization problem for interference limited multiuser systems. Our goal is to characterize the optimum base station transmission policy (TDMA or CDMA), and find the corresponding power allocation. We model the interference by the aid of the orthogo-nality factor and determine the transmission strategy for a range of… (More)

- Min Chen, Changyoon Oh, Aylin Yener
- 2006

— We consider efficient scheduling for a delay constrained multi-rate CDMA system. We first find the optimum schedule for CDMA systems without transmit diversity (TD), that minimizes the average transmission energy per bit while maintaining the short term average throughput for each user in the system. We observe that the specifics of the scheduling problem… (More)

We consider the joint optimization problem of cell sectorization, transmit power control and multiuser detection for a CDMA cell. Given the number of sectors and user locations, the cell is appropriately sectorized such that the total transmit power, as well as the receiver filters, is optimized. We formulate the corresponding joint optimization problems… (More)

- Changyoon Oh
- 2001

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